Emily Sobering MPT
Emily graduated in 2014 from the University of Manitoba Masters of Physical Therapy program. She joined Quarry physiotherapy in the Fall of 2014 and worked out of the Arborg and Gimli clinics before starting at Sage Creek.
Emily has a strong interest in Manual Therapy, Orthopedics, and Sport Rehabilitation. Emily spent many years as a certified personal trainer prior to becoming a physiotherapist and believes strongly in the power of exercise as a part of a strong rehabilitation program. She has taken her Acupuncture certification in 2014, and continues to take courses on Manual therapy techniques, Soft Tissue Release and will be working towards her Orthopedic levels in the coming years.
In her spare time Emily is an avid half and full Marathon runner who tries to volunteer her time at race events she is not herself competing in and spent some time as the trainer for a local Winnipeg hockey team.
Leslie Roer BMR-PT
Leslie graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2009 and has been a member of the Quarry Physiotherapy team since November 2010 and will be transitioning to Sage Creek. She has specialized in treating people with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. She treats women and men with bladder and bowel control problems and pelvic pain. A very sensitive and private topic, but a very rewarding area when treatment is implemented successfully. It is her privilege and joy to help people regain their quality of life and return to the activities they love. Leslie is a small town country girl born and raised in Manitoba. She is very passionate about the physiotherapy profession. She thrives on helping her patients achieve their goals and reach their maximum potential through rehabilitation. Outside of work she enjoys traveling and all outdoor activates including cycling, hiking, cross country skiing, camping, and horseback riding.
Shayla Moore B.Sc., BMR PT
After practicing in Charleswood for 14 years, Shayla joined our team of physiotherapists. She has completed continuing education courses in acupuncture, extensive joint and muscle therapy, and specific exercise training. In 1999 she achieved a Certificate in Sports physical therapy. Shayla has volunteered countless hours treating athletes at the Pan Am Games, World Curling, Canadian Figure Skating Championships, and Women’s World Hockey.
Together with the expertise of a dentist, orthodontist and other related oral specialists, Shayla can provide treatment of TMJ (jaw) dysfunction.
In 2010, Shayla sought training in Vestibular Rehabilitation, the assessment and treatment of inner ear dysfunction, vertigo, and dizziness. In 2016, she completed a Vestibular Competency Course at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. At this course she had the opportunity to learn from some of the foremost teachers and researchers with physiotherapists from around the world. A customized program of in-clinic and home exercises aims to reduce symptoms of dizziness, improve balance and reduce the risk of falls.